Explore neighborhoods, restaurants, and parks dedicated to the many cultural groups who have left their native countries and brought a taste of it to Montreal. Read more: https://matadornetwork.com/trips/7-places-to-eat-in-montreal/
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Montreal has a long history as a cosmopolitan hub of culture and international trade, with a rich colonial history, and is the second largest French-speaking city in the world, after Paris. Montreal’s landmarks, museums, nightclubs, parks, shopping d...
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A lot of history is being talked about these days here in Montreal. While Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday all year, Montreal is throwing a yearlong party for its own 375th. The significance of "375" as a milepost is kind of a puzzlement; evi...
With winter temperatures plummeting well below zero degrees F, Montreal may not sound like a great location to spend your hard-earned vacation days. But there’s no doubt that a touch of freshly fallen snow produces a certain je ne sais quoi, that tak...
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We all know Montreal has a reputation for being a place of acceptance and inclusion, especially in Montreal’s Gay Village, which is is just east of downtown around Beaudry Metro station, running along Saint Catherine Street. We wrote this for gay pride and though some of the outdoor spots will be closed during the colder months this is will help youfind the best spots to get yummy cocktails and, of course, where to fill up.